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In general, Social Anxiety is a fear of social situations or interaction with other people. Put another way, it is the fear and anxiety of being judged and evaluated negatively by people, leading to feelings of inadequacy,embarrassment, humiliation, and/or depression. If your social life is disrupted by fear, you may have social anxiety disorder.
Signs and symptoms of social anxiety may include:
- Trembling or shaking
- Fast heartbeat
- Upset stomach
- Shaky voice
- Muscle tension
- Cold, clammy hands
- Difficulty making eye contact
Everyday nervousness (such as butterflies when giving a presentation, meeting someone new, etc.) is normal. What sets social anxiety disorder apart is that its symptoms are much more severe, causing you to avoid normal social situations. Social anxiety disorder is a chronic mental health condition. Treatment can help you gain confidence and improve your ability to interact with others, as well as your overall quality of life!
PRI has experience in conducting medication research studies for Social Anxiety.
- Participants must be at least 18 years of age and in generally good health.
- Women who may be pregnant or nursing a child are not appropriate candidates for research studies at PRI.
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